From the Margins: Following Jesus in a post-Christian culture

[This article originally appeared in winter 2012 issue of In Part, the magazine for the Brethren in Christ community in the U.S. I highly recommend you read the other articles from this past issue that explore the theme of Anabaptism.] I met David randomly. I’d been sitting in a coffee shop one evening, working on a [Read More...]

Why do (or don’t) you identify with a political party?

It seems to me that Jesus had an interesting habit: critiquing both sides. He was a strong critic of every religio–political party in Israel. He critiqued the Sadducees for not believing resurrection, amongst other things (one being the way in which they metaphorically got into bed with Roman Empire at times). He critiqued the Pharisees [Read More...]

How to pledge allegiance to Jesus on Election Day

Excerpt from Mark Schloneger on CNN.com: Our fears, our hopes, our worries and our struggles are the currency that buys our votes. And how do politicians and their supporters acquire this precious currency? They invest billions of dollars to foment fear, inspire hope, create worry and exploit our struggles. It’s a power play. Some of [Read More...]

After the election of a new President, we will still…

*To be clear, I did not write this. I do think it is making a great point about not investing “messianic” like hopes into another election… Excerpt From Mike at “NewChurchCA:” ….The truth is that it doesn’t matter who is elected in November. Next year, when January turns into February, and the President sits comfortably [Read More...]


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